There’s a reason ENERGY STAR® considers high-performance windows as an integral component of any home’s complete thermal enclosure system. They can cut down on your energy consumption and start paying for themselves right after installation.
Gutters play an important role in protecting your home by safely channeling water runoff away from the rest of the home. Unfortunately, leaves and other debris can accumulate in the gutters, preventing water from flowing and causing buildups that could lead to all sorts of moisture damage.
Gone with the old and in with the new! Today’s modern home designs heavily favor minimalist design cues. This is why many home designers today recommend sliding or gliding replacement windows. What makes our sliding windows great for a modern-looking home?
Clogged gutters are one of the many problems that can occur in any home. This can lead to roof damage, affecting some of the components like the wooden fascia, or to the destruction of the home’s foundations if neglected.
There is so much more to a faulty window than just the sash not working properly. The whole system itself may have problems that are just hiding in plain sight that can shorten its service life. Seamless Exterior, a top local windows contractor in the area, shares four problems you may not notice right away, but that are slowly deteriorating your window: